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posted by Roy Schestowitz on Oct 03, 2023,
updated Oct 03, 2023

Linux Mint 21.2 “EDGE” ISO Released with Linux Kernel 6.2, Secure Boot Support
Linux Mint 21.2 “EDGE” ISO flavor is now available for download powered by Linux kernel 6.2 and featuring Secure Boot support.
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today's howtos
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